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"The Hamsa, which mean five in Arabic, or hamesh in Hebrew, refers to the five fingers in the hand. It is an old and popular amulet for magical protection from the evil eye. The hamsa hand appears both in a two-thumbed symmetrical form, and in a natural form with one thumb. Hamsas are very popular decorative items and come in all imaginable colors and decorations."

Varda's description of her swap is a good explanation for these terrific pictures - The Hamsa Swap!

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Elizabeth Freeman

Barbara Forbes-Lyons

Bev Michie

Donna Kato

Dotty McMillan

Marie Segal
Eti Raz
Harolyn Davis

Irit Cohen

Jana Roberts-Benzon

Susan Berkowitz

Marla Frankenberg

Michal Shoam

Naama Zamir

Sarah Meador

Varda Levram-Ellisman

Varda Levram-Ellisman


Thanks to Varda for sharing these excellent swap items with PCC. If you host a swap, and would like PCC to post the results, just email Leigh or Stephen and we will help you prepare your swap for the PCC Website.


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